The meeting of the minds! Youth will come to discuss issues effecting local youth, to learn more about existing programs, and design an impactful Youth Summit on Teen Mental Health. This forum with be lead by youth advocacy and leaders from organizations that provide youth services. Students from ages 13-19 are asked to register. Click here to register. Location to TBD. Click here to register.
Teen Mental Health Forum will bring together a diverse group of leaders that represent the education community, health industry, youth services, faith-based organizations and many others, to talk about issues affecting local youth, to learn more about existing programs, and to identify ways that collaborative efforts can support and help those "on the ground." We are aware of the work that you and your organization are involved in regarding youth and we hope you will join us to share information, exchange resources and broaden the network of professionals who are working to help the next generation.
The Teen Mental Health Roundtable Series is a service project of the L.E.E.P To College Foundation, Inc. The purpose of these meetings is to help “connect the dots” by facilitating the collective work of youth advocates, youth-serving organizations, and youth themselves, along with parents as their partners in reform on a local level. In the process, the Foundation is gathering information and identifying programs that might be used as models for adoption nationwide. Ultimately, the Foundation hopes to meet the following goals:
- To collect information on what is already being done for at-risk youth and teen mental health within the community and create an online resource and teen mental summit for teens;
- To exchange information about services, share programming ideas, and otherwise expand the overall network of youth advocates:
- To identify stakeholders that can use their influence to improve public policy, education/awareness/prevention campaigns:
- To explore how this collaboration can be used to propose enhancements in programs and policy that help increase mentally healthy teens.
Students will understand the importance of good communication skills in the classroom, community and workplace. In addition, students will:
- Understand the importance of good communication skills
- Understand how nonverbal communication skills affect their overall communications in the classroom and at work
- Use effective listening techniques
- Use proper oral communication skills
This is a Summer Institute Series. Certificate of completion will be given to student who successfully complete the course. This course is designed for high school and college students. Space will be limited to 20 students to provide small and individual instruction. Cost: This course is free with limited space. Click here to register today!
How much money do you have and how much you can make is something to think about, but most importantly what you do with your money is priceless. This session will be facilitated by experts in the financial industry and is designed for high school and college students.
- Create a spending plan
- Learn steps to saving
- Create a saving growth chart
- Understand that college education is an investment and can prepare financially for college while in high school
- Make a connection between checking accounts and handling money
- Learn how to build a good credit history
This is a Summer Institute Series. Certificate of completion will be given to student who successfully complete the course. This course is designed for students in grades 9th-1st year college. Space will be limited to 20 students to provide small and individual instruction. Cost: This is a free course with limited space. Click here to register.
You are invited to celebrate our 2018 graduating scholars & future scholar graduates special keynotes speakers, current L.E.E.P graduates, County Officials & Community Leaders, along with special guest mistress of ceremony/
Also Featuring: DJ Angie Entertainment
All ticket proceeds from the 2018 Annual Scholarship Gala will benefit programs that support our high school and college scholars. Continued academic, financial and career support will be given to our current high school and college scholars.
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Register today! DREAM! B.I.G. Youth Leadership Conference, April 14th through April 15th at the National 4-H Conference Center, Chevy Chase, Maryland.
We have a lot in store for high school students! Outstanding local and nationally known speakers, college fair (on the spot acceptance, scholarships), connect to community fair (on the spot interviews for internships, summer employment programs, employment opportunities), empowering workshops, amazing food, and of course an evening of dancing with one of D.C. top amazing DJs. All geared toward 9th-12th grades!
This two-day conference includes overnight stay, workshops, access to scholarships, college acceptance, internships. summer employment opportunities and so much more. This is s free event with limited registration. Click here to register today.
Representatives from approximately 300 two-year and four-year colleges, nursing schools, business schools and trade schools will participate in the Montgomery County National College Fair which will be held on Tuesday, April 10 and Wednesday, April 11 at the Montgomery County Agricultural Center (Fairgrounds) in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
The 2018 Montgomery County, MD National College Fair is free to high-school students, parents and anyone else interested in higher education. Students can meet one-on-one with admissions counselors at their booths to discuss entrance requirements, campus life, application deadlines and majors. Representatives will have brochures, catalogs and other literature to describe their institutions.
eciding what to do after high school is one of the most important decisions that a high-school senior will make. At the National Fair there will be representatives from colleges, universities and technical schools from all over the United States to assist you in making this decision. Going through your mind should be such questions as: "What kind of job do I want to do the rest of my life?"; "Do I want a career?"; and if so, "What do I need to do to get there?"
For those students who wish to enroll in a college or university, questions involving majors, size of school (small, medium, large), costs (low, medium, high), and types of extracurricular activities and social life need to be asked and answered. Click here to register or for more information.
The Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Conference is a two-day professional development event specifically designed for chief academic officers, deans or directors of admission, recruitment or enrollment management, and directors of financial aid. Join us at the 29th annual HBCU Conference to discuss new solutions, share best practices, and collaborate with colleagues to increase efficiencies in managing your enrollment. Click here to register or for more information.
Form new connections and collaborate with colleagues from HBCUs from across the country working to primarily educate African American students.
The Academic Affairs sessions will focus on: online education, minimizing degree completion time, curriculum that is career-ready, accelerated degree programs and reducing graduation debt load. The Enrollment sessions will focus on: pipeline movement to graduation, understanding capacity and delivering service, non-traditional enrollment management and handling Title IX and IV issues. The Financial Aid sessions will focus on: satisfactory academic progress (early alert and mid-year), prior-prior year FAFSA completion and verification and faculty support (tenured and adjunct).
Come and explore the great things that happen when education professionals work together to increase access and opportunity for African American students.
14th Annual Black College Expo Saturday March 3rd, at Bowie State University in the MLK Center. Seniors and Juniors meet with top HBCUs and a variety of colleges and universities and start planning where you want to be when you graduate. Click here to register. Plus,
- Get Accepted on the SPOT
- Scholarships on the SPOT
- Audition for Band Scholarships (Vocal or instrument, bring your instrument)
- Applications fees waived
- College Transfer Students this is a great opportunity for you to get accepted on the spot!
- Meet with companies about internships and careers
Students come prepared with your transcripts, ACT or SAT scores and reach out to all the schools present. You can get accepted on the spot and maybe earn a scholarship to your dream school.
Join the Black College Expo from 9am to 3pm and the After Show from 3pm to 5pm, with a Step Show, Dance Off for Cash and celebrity guests. Plus, we get the audience engaged to win CASH and prizes!!!
16th Annual ASBC HBCU College Festival
Saturday, February 10, 2018 – Doors open at 8:00 am
GAYLORD NATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER – 201 Waterfront Street, Oxon Hill, MD 20745
- Over 70 colleges and universities will be represented plus other organizations
- Some schools will offer instant admission, conduct on-site interviews, and waive application fees
- Seminars for students, parents, and guardians
- Band auditions (Must pre-register and bring your own instrument)
It is with the joy and love of Jesus Christ that we, the family of Alfred Street, warmly welcome you to our 16th Annual HBCU College Festival. We are honored to support our HBCUs as we reflect on our history, celebrate our present, and invest in the future of our students.
Excitement about this event has spread from coast to coast–from Wasilla, Alaska to Washington, D.C.! Our desire to accommodate the tremendous growth in attendance and increase the Festival’s reach has prompted the relocation of the 2018 Festival to Gaylord National Harbor Convention Center in Oxon Hill, Maryland.
The HBCU College Festival is FREE, but everyone must register.
L.E.E.P2 COLLEGE FOUNDATION will offer a free practice SAT Test. Saturday, January 20th, from 2:30p.m.-6:00p.m. at the University of Maryland A.J. Clark School of Engineering. Register and take advantage of this opportunity!
Power Up Potential
The practice test in the SAT® Suite of Assessments, it's designed to help prepare students for the SAT, college, and careers.
The SAT a college admission test offers free SAT practice tests. Students are invited to sign-up for Official SAT® Practice offered at L.E.E.P2 College Foundation. Student test results on the SAT will be shared with parents and students, so they can focus on the skills they need to work on most. Students also get access to:
- practice questions
- lessons support materials that explain problems step by step
- full-length practice tests
- studying and test-taking strategies
- Tutorial support, available upon request (fee will be assessed and issued directly to tutor)
- You and your student will receive a Score Report.
- You can use the data for instructional planning to improve college and career readiness.
- Students can understand and act on their test results.
Space is limited and is available to all high school grade levels
Learning why we do what we do through our Learning to Give model! L.E.E.P2College Scholars understand the need to serve. Making a difference in our community is a philanthropic achievement. Scholars begin to understand becoming Philanthropists begins through service. Scholars proudly serve at Food and Friends, Inc. , Larkin Chase Center, and Ronald McDonald House.
Scholars will learn Investment Strategies, the risks/pros/cons of mutual funds, stocks and bonds. An interactive and hands-on approach and overview to investing and understanding taxes and inflation.
Chat & Chew: Organizational Skills and Time Management for Middle School through High School Students
Chat & Chew: Organizational Skills and Time Management for Middle School through High School Students
Students will learn that managing their time well, having a place to study, and knowing how to study are important skills for everyone no matter which career they may be considering. These skills are essential to be successful in middle school, high school, or college. Dinner will be provided and workshop is designed for students in 6th-12th grades.
Registration is required
Service learning is different than community service in several key ways. Service learning includes student leadership, reflective and academic components, and chances for celebration once the service activity has been successfully completed. Students reflect on community needs, ways to help, and once their service has been completed, they can internalize how their efforts have helped, while learning more about academics such as geography, math, or science.
This workshop will provide essential training and support for successful service to others throughout the L.E.E.P College Serving Those Who Deserve program.
L.E.E.P TO COLLEGE FOUNDATION presents the College is Just A Walk Away 5K Walk/Run. Participants can choose a 5K Run/Walk or enjoy the Bladensburg Waterfront Park activities.
The race will be held rain or shine! Help raise scholarship dollars and support for our high school and college students. This event will also promote awareness of L.E.E.P TO COLLEGE FOUNDATION programs, to have fun, and promote health and wellness. All ability levels are welcomed; runners, walkers, and strollers are welcomed. Click here to register.
Scholars (9th-12th graders) will focus on features and costs associated with checking accounts. Scholars will learn about overdraft protection options and how to record and calculate checking account transactions which include debit cards, checks, transfers, fees, and deposits.
Real-life transactions will be learned through playing a game while keeping a running balance in a check register and keeping track of their money. Scholars will compare the features and costs of specific checking accounts offered by four different financial institutions and decide which choice is best for each given fictional character.
Join Founder and CEO of L.E.E.P To College Foundation, Lisa Rowe along with other community leaders during panel discussion on Connecting Community, Social Services and Upward Mobility at the University of Maryland Adele H. Stamp Student Union at the University of Maryland. This is an all day Hispanic Heritage Celebration and Conference with a focus on The Latino Diaspora and the Great Central American Migration, from 8:30a.m.-9:30p.m. Click here to register.
This event is made possible through the Office of Council Member Deni Taveras, District 2 Prince George's County.
Welcome Back to a New L.E.E.P Year. Scholars and Parents join together to hear about the exciting things planned for the upcoming school year. All current Scholars and parents are expected to attend this session. If you have not already submitted your completed documents, remember to bring all completed documents to session (i.e., re-enrollment application, most recent report card, etc.)
Space is limited to a maximum of 15 students.
For four days, July 17th, 18th, 19th & 20th, 9-12th graders will travel Around the College World in A Day College Road Trip. We will visit two colleges a day for 4 days. This will not be an overnight stay, but instead day trips from 8:00a.m.-8:00p.m. visiting colleges in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Pennsylvania. The cost for this trip is $25 for the entire trip and students would need to bring money for meals.
The Non-profit and Faith-based communities present the 2017 B.I.G. Youth Leadership Conference, Bridging Into Greatness Youth Leadership. Connecting Right Now Leaders for Future Success. Designed for grades 8th-12th. This event is free and all students must pre-register.
July 8th, 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m. Prince George's Community College Center for Health Studies Click here to pre-register